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Energy & Marine Service Centre is located in Napier, on Hawke’s Bay, the largest of the several bays located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Hawke’s Bay is a major wine producing region, notably red wines. The city of Napier has a beautiful art-deco architecture from the 1930s
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Energy & Marine Service Centre is located in Hawke's Bay.
Hawke's Bay lies on the Eastern side of the Northern Island of New Zeeland. This region is located on the coast, but it is also blessed with several rivers and a lake called the Waikaremoana Lake. The relief is predominantly made up of hills which create a splendid sight for travelers and hikers. The region’s architectonic treasures and its famous wines recommend it as a top destination for tourists worldwide.
The original inhabitants of this region were the Māori population. The bay was discovered by the famous explorer James Cook in the 18th century. This event led to the settlement of the first European communities. An interesting fact about this region’s historical background relates to its name. Hawke’s Bay evokes the memory of Admiral Edward Hawke. Captain Cook decided to give this name to the bay as a recognition sign for the admiral.
Hawke's Bay is rich in natural attractions and its coastal position also gives way to various water sports or berth booking and sailing.
The landscape is one of the magnetizing aspects that draw people to this region, and many objectives are worth seeing at least once in a lifetime.
Lake Tūtira: this is a natural reserve that formed the subject of numerous geological studies. The lake’s surroundings used to be inhabited by the Māori people and there are several historical sites which stand as proof.
Te Mata Peak is almost 400 meters tall and offers visitors the chance to enjoy a splendid view of the sight comprising Ruahine, Kaweka, and Cape Kidnappers.
Cape Kidnappers: is located on the coast, only 20 kilometers away from Napier. The peninsular position turns this place into a great sightseeing spot and hiking attraction. Another major objective in the Cape Kidnappers is the Gannet reserve, home to more than 6000 gannet pairs.
For those who are passionate about wine, the Mission Estate Winery offers the chance to understand more about this exquisite beverage. This is one of the oldest wineries in the region where tourist can taste and purchase unique wine types.
The Splash Planet is a huge water park which offers the chance to practice plenty sport and leisure activities. Another recurrent destination for tourists is the National Aquarium that hosts a myriad of fascinating aquatic species.
Many people prefer to enjoy a quiet time by the seashore when they reach the bay. Some of the best locations to get away from the crowd are Waipatiki Beach, with its beautiful golden sand and lush vegetation, the secluded beaches of the Mahia Peninsula, Ocean Beach or Tangoio Beach. For those who prefer more entertaining and animated beaches, Sandy Bay and the beaches on Central Hawke Bay Coast are the best locations.
To enjoy the full benefits of the berth booking is the best option that will allow you to travel easily from one beach to another along the shore. Several available options can be booked ahead at MarinaReservation.com.
Hawke's Bay is an excellent location provided with all the necessary modern facilities. It can please both lone travelers who like to unwind in nature and groups of friends who want to have fun and enjoy the sea.
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